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Welsh Mountain Ponies Section A

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Wanted First Ridden Welsh Section A

Wanted First Ridden Welsh Section A


Ref #: 210016
  • Safe, quiet first pony for child to ride off the leading rein
  • 11-2hh - 12hh
  • Approx 8 - 14yrs
  • Safe, quiet first pony for child to ride off the leading rein
  • 11-2hh - 12hh
  • Approx 8 - 14yrs

Wanted quiet, safe pony for young child to ride off leading rein with established canter. Must be used to being handled by children under supervision.

Suitable for FR mountain and moorland showing.

From Tiny tots working hunter

All pony club activities.

Safe to ride on own or in company in large fields.

Ideally we would like a pony which has done it all and is now outgrown and needs another child to love it.

No laminitis or sweet itch.

Long term experienced Farm home with other ponies and children.

Can buy now or wait until end of season.


Mardenway Que Sera Sera

  • Welsh Section A
  • Filly

Mardenway Que Sera Sera


Ref #: 219761
  • Weaned and available
  • Strong, correct and has the Wow factor
  • Excellent bone and flawless movement
  • Destined for life under saddle in the show ring
POA
  • Welsh Section A
  • Filly
  • Weaned and available
  • Strong, correct and has the Wow factor
  • Excellent bone and flawless movement
  • Destined for life under saddle in the show ring
  • Brierdene Newsflash (Heathside Flashman) X Talgarth Tia (Castellau Snowtrail)

Weaned and available

Strong, correct and has the Wow factor. Excellent bone and flawless movement. Destined for life under saddle in the show ring. Well-handled and completely unspoilt.

Shown successfully as a foal, at foot to her wonderful Mum. Unbeaten in the show ring on her three outings, winning at Border Union (Scotland), Wolsingham, and Durham County. With a Reserve Championship against older A’s also achieved. 

Passported, registered, wormed, flu and tetanus jabbed and ready for a life of red rosettes. 

Serious enquiries only, no time wasters. 

A pleasure to own and a sad sale. 

Based Newcastle Upon Tyne, transport can be arranged


Super Smart Welsh A

  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Gelding
  • 10 years
  • 11.2 hands

Super Smart Welsh A

Sold

Ref #: 219692
  • Great conformation and a fabulous moment
  • Won and Champion at County level
  • FR / LR / potential M&M working hunter
  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Gelding
  • 10 years
  • 11.2 hands
  • Great conformation and a fabulous moment
  • Won and Champion at County level
  • FR / LR / potential M&M working hunter

Ridden by both my children in the 6 years we have owned him. Successfully competed in first ridden and lead rein classes at County and local showing, Has also taken part in pony club rallies, show jumping, cross country, working hunter and pony club camp.

Loves going out in the trailer but he is also great to hack, he goes out around the farm, and through the woods, happy to go at the pace the rider wants to. Doesn’t worry if there is a gap between him and other ponies going ahead of him.

Hasn’t hunted with us but was hunted before we bought him by a 6 year old girl and was perfectly behaved. I think he would make a great little hunting pony.

He is easy to handle and look after, a pleasure to have a round. My children find him the easiest out of our ponies to catch, lead in and out to the field, change rugs, pick out feet and tack up.

Great to bath, box, shoe, clip, box and in traffic. Use to large farm machinery. Up to date with vaccinations, teeth and wormers. No laminitis or sweet itch.

This pony has so much to offer, my children are now moving on to bigger ponies. Would like to find him a wonderful new home where he will get to go out and compete, have fun and be enjoyed.

More photos and video available.


Mardenway Cochise

  • Welsh Section A
  • Filly

Mardenway Cochise


Ref #: 219764
  • Weaned and available
  • A filly to make you stand out from the crowd with her beautiful white markings
  • Beautiful movement and oozes with presence
  • From a family of top in hand and ridden ponies
  • Sure to make it to the top in the show ring under saddle
POA
  • Welsh Section A
  • Filly
  • Weaned and available
  • A filly to make you stand out from the crowd with her beautiful white markings
  • Beautiful movement and oozes with presence
  • From a family of top in hand and ridden ponies
  • Sure to make it to the top in the show ring under saddle
  • Kelkardi Jack Flash (Dukeshill Panache) X Mardenway Moneypenny (Brierdene Newsflash)

Weaned and available

A filly to make you stand out from the crowd with her beautiful white markings. Beautiful movement and oozes with presence. From a family of top in hand and ridden ponies. Sure to make it to the top in the show ring under saddle. She will be one to catch any judges eye

Must go to a showing home and no time wasters please

Passported, registered  wormed flu & tetanus jabbed

Serious enquiries only, no time wasters

A pleasure to own and a sad sale

Based Newcastle Upon Tyne, transport can be arranged


Adorable pony with masses to give - Ffynnonbach True Blue

  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Gelding
  • 14 years
  • 12.1 hands

Adorable pony with masses to give - Ffynnonbach True Blue

Lead rein / first ridden / eventer

Ref #: 219055
  • Legend is as his name describes!
  • Would make a perfect lead rein / first pony or pony for child wanting to progress with in eventing / games / anything!
£1,950
  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Gelding
  • 14 years
  • 12.1 hands
  • Legend is as his name describes!
  • Would make a perfect lead rein / first pony or pony for child wanting to progress with in eventing / games / anything!

Legend is as his name describes. He is the easiest and gentlest pony to handle. He will never bite or kick, or even look at you in a nasty way, he is utterly sweet.

Legend was kept in a field for 6 years as a companion pony until my 13 year old daughter (in the photos) took him on as a project pony for his owner. He has progressed incredibly quickly and is a very intelligent and quick learner, who is always trying to please.

He is brave, has great paces and has masses of scope. We have taken him cross country training, where he was super - jumping ditches, trackeners, water and banks.

He easily goes into a nice outline in dressage and is coming on beautifully with show jumping; he has jumped 80cm with my daughter (who is too big for him) and has lots more jump in him.

He is super easy to do in every way and is easy of the leg and rein. He has been to pony club rallies and travelled perfectly in the lorry and trailer.

We also took him hunting and he was extraordinary - so calm and sweet and totally fine when the other horses cantered off. Legend is brilliant to hack alone or in company and is not a kick along but happy to go any pace. He is happy to be left alone and is relaxed when other horses leave.

He is a truly special pony. He is a perfect lead rein / first pony or pony for child wanting to progress with in eventing / games / anything!

Please see This pony deserves a 5 star, loving home

HENLLAN STORM HENLLAN MARK 46568 PENUAL MARK 18382
45418 HENLLAN EIRA
88454 HENLLAN SEREN MAI STOATLEY METEOR
25360 HENLLAN SEREN-FORE
122924 CHANWIN SIDAN CWMNANTGWYN PENADUR COED COCH PENADUR 18787
71784 CWMNANTGWYN CADBURY
90716 NERWYN PERL NERWYN CADNO 20671
73754 RADMONT POM POM

Hengwys cygnet

  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 6 years
  • 11.2 hands

Hengwys cygnet


Ref #: 219156
  • Shown lead rein M&M, workers and PC
  • Ridden by 5 year old
  • She will lead a pony or be lead
£1,800
  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 6 years
  • 11.2 hands
  • Shown lead rein M&M, workers and PC
  • Ridden by 5 year old
  • She will lead a pony or be lead

Shown lead rein M&M, workers and PC.

Ridden by 5 year old. She will lead a pony or be lead.

Good to catch in a mixed herd, clip, hack, load on a lorry or trailer.

Up to date with teeth and vacs.


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Welsh Mountain Pony Section A - Breed Standard

Height - The height should not exceed 12 hh (121.9 cms)

Colour & Markings - Any colour except piebald and skewbald

Head - Small, clean -cut, well set on and tapering to muzzle. Eyes bold. Ears well placed, small and pointed. Set well up on the head, proportionately close. Nostrils wide and open

Jaws and Throat - Clean and finely-cut, with ample room at the angle of jaw

Neck - Lengthy, well carried and moderately lean in the case of mares, but inclined to be cresty in the case of mature stallions

Shoulders - Long and sloping well back. Withers moderately fine, but not "knifey". The humerus upright so that the foreleg is not set in under the body

Forelegs - Set square and true and not tied in at the elbows. Long strong forearm, well developed knee. Short flat bone delow the knee, pasterns of proportionate slope and length. Feet well shaped and round. Hooves dense

Body - Muscular, strong and well coupled back and loins. Deep girth with well sprung ribs
Hindquarters - Lengthy and fine. Not cobby, ragged or goose-rumped. Tail well set on and carried gaily

Hind Legs - Hocks to be large, flat and clean with points prominent, to turn neither inwards nor outwards. The hind leg not be too bent. The hock not to be set behind a line from the point of the quarter to the fetlock joint. Pasterns of propostionate slope and length. Feet well shaped and hooves dense

Action - Quick, free and straight from the shoulder, well away in front. Hocks and knees well flexed with straight and powerful leverage and well under the body

General - Character Hardy, spirited and pony like

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